Staging Shakespearean Theatre: The Essential Guide to Selecting, Interpreting, Producing and Directing Shakespeare

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Appendix
Other Important Plays
by Shakespeare

Antony and Cleopatra

Genre: Tragedy

Date of First Performance: 1607

Places Depicted: Rooms in Cleopatra’s palace in Alexandria; Caesar’s house in Rome; Pompey’s house in Messina; house of Lepidus in Rome; a street in Rome; near Misenum; on board Pompey’s galley; a plain in Syria; rooms in Antony’s house in Athens; Antony’s camp near Actium; a plain near Actium; Caesar’s camp in Egypt; before Caesar’s camp in Alexandria; before Cleopatra’s palace; Antony’s camp in Alexandria; field of battle between camps; under the walls of Alexandria; a monument; a room in the monument

Antony and Cleopatra

As You Like It

The Comedy of Errors

Hamlet

Henry V

Julius Caesar

King Lear

Macbeth

Measure for Measure

The Merchant of Venice

The Merry Wives of Windsor

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Much Ado About Nothing

OtheUo

Richard II

Richard III

The Taming of the Shrew

The Tempest

Twelfth Night

Characters:

Mark Antony, triumvir

Octavius Caesar, triumvir

M. Aemilius Lepidus, triumvir

Sextus Pompeius

Domitius Enobarbus, friend to Antony

Ventidius, friend to Antony

Eros, friend to Antony

Scams, friend to Antony

Dercetas, friend to Antony

Demetrius, friend to Antony

Philo, friend to Antony

Mecaenas, friend to Caesar

Agrippa, friend to Caesar

Dolabella friend to Caesar

Proculeius, friend to Caesar

Thyreus, friend to Caesar

Gallus, friend to Caesar

Menas, friend to Pompey

Menecrates friend to Pompey

Varrius, friend to Pompey

Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt

Octavia, sister to Caesar and wife to Antony

Charmian, attendant on Cleopatra

Iras, attendant on Cleopatra

Taurus, lieutenant-general to Caesar

Canidius, lieutenant-general to Antony

Silius, an officer in Ventidius’s army

Euphronius, an ambassador from Antony to Caesar

Alexas

Mardian, a Eunuch

Seleucus, attendant on Cleopatra

Diomedes, attendant on Cleopatra

A soothsayer

A clown

Officers, soldiers

Messengers

Other attendants

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • About the Author v
  • Table of Contents vi
  • Preface viii
  • Part One - Introduction 1
  • Part Two - Preparing to Direct a Shakespearean Play 9
  • Part Three - From Auditions through Performances 31
  • Part Four - Preparing and Directing Romeo and Juliet 54
  • Appendix - Other Important Plays by Shakespeare 161
  • Suggested Readings 179
  • Index 182
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